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  • Anti-Bullying Drop In

    Published 30/11/17

        In light of the nationwide ‘Anti-Bullying week, sixth formers have decided to get involved by collaborating with Douay’s student Ambassadors to help raise awareness about bullying, and how we as a school community can tackle the issue. In the last two weeks, we’ve performed a number of anti-bullying presentations to year groups ranging from year 7 -10. These presentations aimed to  personally engage with students about the issue, and emphasise the severity of the issue. Moreover, we are currently visiting year Seven and Eight form groups to promote the drop in sessions that we are running every Friday lunch time in the Pastoral centre, where we are providing a safe space for younger students to talk to us, and to discuss any difficulties they may be facing such as friendship issues, mental health and any general advice!  

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  • Sports Awards Evening 

    Published 27/11/17

    We held our inaugural Sports Awards Evening on Thursday, 23rd November.

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  • Excellent News

    Published 24/11/17

    DOWAT, our Academy Trust, has been named as one of the top four Highest Performing Academy Trusts in the country!

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  • Giving their Service in Love

    Published 24/11/17

     The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School community rallied together and raised £1000.  The money raised is

     donated to The Cardinal Hume Centre and The Passage., both charities best known for their work with the  often overlooked and neglected.

     

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  • Great changes through small acts of kindness.

    Published 24/11/17

      

     Friday 17th November Marked the Catholic Church’s world day of the poor; in a true community spirit effort The Douay Martyrs

     Catholic Secondary School community donated twenty large black sacks of winter clothing to the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul – a charity     that supports and helps those in desperate need as the winter approaches – .

     

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  • Penny Dreadful competition

    Published 24/11/17

     

      Year 7, 8 and 9 were invited to write Penny Dreadful short stories for a Halloween competition run by the English Department. There were lots     of mysterious and suspenseful entries and students had put lots of effort into the writing of the stories and the designing of the books                 themselves. The judges were impressed with the range of plots and techniques used to engage the reader- well done to everyone who entered.

     

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  • Celebrating young people’s achievements

    Published 24/11/17

     With nominations drawn from hundreds of schools throughout England and Wales, the judging panel awarded The Douay Martyrs Catholic       Secondary School the Cardinal Hume Award – ‘Living out the option for the poor.’

     Sore, Caitlin, Rachel and Naiya, Year 11 students, travelled to Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square on Thursday 23rd  November,           2017, to receive the Award on behalf of all the staff and students who are engaged in a lived Catholic Social Action; committed to building           bridges and bringing people together.   The trophy and certificates were presented to Luisa Foley, our School Chaplain, and the four student       representatives by Archbishop McMahon. This is a great testimony to our commitment to 'The Douay Way'.  

     

     

     

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  • Headteachers 'drop in' - Friday 15th December 9.00 – 10.30am 

    Published 23/11/17

    Mr Corish will be holding a Headteacher's 'drop in' session for parents on Friday, 15th December, between  9:00 am - 10:30am.  No appointment is necessary.  

     

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  • Hillingdon Maths Challenge

    Published 23/11/17

       

       On Wednesday 15th November, four pupils from Douay Martyrs took part in the KS4 Hillingdon Maths Challenge at Bishop Ramsey School:       Jessie McColm (Year 10), Riazwaan Mir (Year 10), Gurneet Rayit (Year 11), Mithushan Rajanayagam (Year 11).

      The event involved teams from Hillingdon schools competing in various different Maths challenges. All four students represented the school in    an excellent manner, upholding Douay values of teamwork and dedication.

      They fought hard, testing their wits against teams from Ruislip, Rosedale and Queensmead. However, it was competitors from St Helens              school who took the shield this year, with our Douay Martyrs team coming in a very close second.

      Thank you to our team for taking the time to participate in the competition. We look forward to returning next year.

     

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  • The Douay Martyrs Show Choir

    Published 23/11/17

       

     The Douay Martyrs Show Choir is now up and running with thirty plus members ranging from years 7 – 10. 

     We will be performing at the Sports Celebration Evening and Christmas Concert

     

     

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  • Year 8 Computer Club

    Published 23/11/17

    .   Fun Computing every Thursday during Lunch Time in H13 with Mr Rammarain

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  • Networking for Year Nine!

    Published 23/11/17

        Fifteen Year 9s attended a Careers trip to Lords Cricket Ground. There were over 200 volunteers from different

       businesses including Royal Historic Palaces, Transport for London and Qantas Airlines amongst others. Students were led in a number of             activities and then had the opportunity to interview ten volunteers from different companies and

       backgrounds regarding entry levels, how they got their job, what they do on a daily basis and the best and worst thing about their jobs.

       Karthek Udayakumar describes the impact of the day in his own words

     

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